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OFFICE NEW ORLEANS DEMOCRAT, Wednesday, September 5, 1877. Daily report of the stage of water, with eharnged in the twenty-four hours ending yesterday at a V. m.: Above low Change. water, Rise. Faull. Feet. Inches. Inhlies. Inches. 4(alro .............. a o e ' t ineinnati........ 4 1 0 3 Louisville ........ : 0 2 Mlemphls ... ..... r, 1 *N' Orleans .... e 0 e 0 Pittsburg .......... n 1 o 2t 2 Shreveport ........ 4 21 O tt. Louis ......... ii 1 1: o Vicksburg....... o i 0 u *Iolow high water ma Trk of l74. NEISON GOROM. Sergeant Signal Service. U. S. A. Arrivals. Al v id nlast rop. Departures. Alvin, Marthn. Era No. 1e. Henry Tote. Ella Hughes. Col. A. P. Kouns, B. E. Lee. To Arrive. Era No. lo and lun Wing No. 3. upper coast; Alvin Eva, and Martha lower coast; Bonnie Lee and.0. H. Durfee, Red river: St. John, Baton Rouge;:Qov. Allen, Bayou Sara; Bertha. Ope louses; Fragk Pargoul Arkopolhi; Common wealth and Glehcoe, St. ouis; Henry Tte and Ella Hughes, Donaldsonville; Willie, Attakapas. Weather warm and showery yesterday. Business moderately active. The Blue Wing No. :. leaving this lit a, m.. is the only departure to day for the upper coast. as far as Donaldsunvlllo and the Ashland planta ti:m. The Trenton will be hero to leave Saturday for Opelousas. The Martha will arrive this evening, and leave to-morrow at to ta. . She has excellent passen ger accommodations, and runs on schedule time. The Bla Sunflnwer, from the Atchafalaya, will arrive to leave Saturday, her regular dlay. The Era No. 1o. In place of the Mary ida, will arrive this evening and leave to-morrow at 10 a. m. for Ben Tureaud's. The Texas has been let out of the Ocean Dock. We are under oblligations t tthe oflleers of the Billy Collins and Gus Brill, in particular. for The attention of shippers to the Onelousas is particularly called to a sneelal notice in another column of the Bertha and Big Sunflower. We were mistaken in saying that all of the Frank Willard's freight was recovered from the sunken wharfboat at the mouth of Red river. There is still a small quantity of freight on board of her, mostly from Calro, which will be saved in a more or loss damaged condition. The Beatrop brought flfty-nino packages ol it. Mr. Kingsburg will most probabl wreck it, and build a warehouse there insteadl The wharf boat was formerly the Litzie Hopkins. The chief clerk of the Thompson Dean has been chosen: we are not permitted to mention his name at present, but when we are it will be recognized as a very familiar one, and as be longIng to one eminmltly uualified for the posi tion. Capt,. J. M. White arrived in this city last Fri 41da from Kentucky. The ra'ns of the last week or so have Inter fered with the harvesting of the rice crop, and the reeipts have fallen off in consequence. Thelast news from the "gut" in Old river gives three feet, with the river falling steadily. The Bastrop, from Ouaelita, arrived yesterday, found only two foot at the mouth. The George Stoangler bound to Bayou Teche, was aground there at last accounts. It begins to look very much as if steamboating to that section was among the uncertainties, a misfortune that it was hoped we would be spared. The Red River Transportat ion Company, though conslderably troubled, will do everything possible to keep their line of communication open. The new boiler for the Acme arrived here by rAll yesterday and was hauled down to her at the head of Lafayette street. It is one-third larger than the old one. The U. P, Schenck. loading for Memphis, Cairo, Louisville and Cincinnati, laid over to 5 p. in. to-day, when she departs as above. J. L. Carter commands, Mr. Richard burns. clerk. The John H. Hanna leaves in plac, of the St. John Friday for Baton Rouge. James P. Mc Elroy in command. Capt. E. B. Trinidad's reliable Willien will ar rive to-morrow morning and leave Saturday for Bayou Teeho The Centennial. for St. Louis, lays over an other day. The C. H. Durfee and Bonnie Lee are both due from Red River, The Durfee is announced to leave to-morrow, with Capt. Dick Sinnott in command. A clerk is on the landing receiving frte Ounchita Belle has boon moved to post 22, opposite the Shippers' Press, where a strong force is busy at work getting her ready for business. -The bmnry Tct, making tri-weekly-tritps h Donaldsonville, will arrive this evening, and return again to-morrow at l0 a. mn. The Tote makes all coast landings, each way, in daylight. 4 Cincinnati paper says: 'Capt. Walker, of Mobile. has purchased the Eureka for M10om and will run her in the Tom bighee river. ''he Eureka formerly ran be tween Cincinnati and Frankfort, on the Ken tucky river." The sale of the Eutrka is still pending, and has not been consummated. its above stated. The Eva. Tom Taylor master, Capt. John O. Vallette and Ernest Roinha dt clerks. leaves to day at 10 a. m., for the lower coast, through to Port Eads: The Blue Wing No. 3 J. A. Comstock master, leaves this 10 Ia. In. for Ben Tureaud's Donald sonville and the Ashland plrata ion. Ascension parish. Messrs. Wood and Dean clerks. The steamer Bastrop, in place of the John H. Hanna leaves to-day at. a5 . m. for the Ouachitta through to Ouaehlta City. carrying theo United States mail, J. W. Blanks commands. Ben Corn well clerk. The fine and regular steamer Berthat, H. H. Broad master. Theo. Johin clerk, l~aves to-day at 5 p. m. for the Atchafalaya, through to Wash iunrtlh plondid pnssenger and United States mail steatmer Frank Pargoud, J. M. White mas ter. W. N. Calnes t lrk. is receiving to leave to morrow at 6 t. m. for Vicksburg. Greenville, Arkopolsia and mall landings. ILy Telegraph.] VIcxsnuRo, Seot. 3.-To J. I. Woods & Co.. 104 Commlon street: Steamer Olencoo will arrive 'Thursday and leave for St. Louis Satturday. T. S. CALHOUN, Master, Exchange Cllpplngs. St. Louts Times.Sept. 2: T'loe James Howard begins loading.for New Orleans to-morrow, to clear Wednesday, to be followed by the Jolhn F. Tolle, Saturday. The Port Eads clears for New Orleans this morning with three hbrges of produce, includ ing 25e,00t bushels of grain in bulk. Capt. Geo. Rea of the New Orleans and Bed river trade was in the city yesterdaty. John 8, Lehmer, fortmerly a clerk of the Susic Bliver, hias sold out his interest in the ale and beer bottling business at. St. Louis to take charge of the steamer DeSmot. The Kate Kinney was expected. She will re pair, and goes South in the fall as usual. The Grand Lake, Capt. Toms, leaves early with three barges. 25.000 bushlels corn. etc. She will exchange tows with the Port Elds. perhaps. this side of Ste. Genovieve anid return to this port, the Eaduls going back to New Orleans. The II. C. Yaegcr refused a large amount of frolht. Site loaves the elevator early this morning for New Orleans. Cincinnati Times: The planking of ('.apt. Frank J. Oakes' new propeller will heA com pleted next week. Sile is a model of strength and beauty. Mr. Arthur G. Moore has her ma chinery nearly ready to put aboard. Mr. Stanley Patton as captain, andi Mr. Ed. Marshall as clerk.have chartered the Carney, and will place her in the Paduealh and C(umberilnd river trade. This chanage withdraws theCarney from the Tennessee trade, and leaves onIly the Bransford and Rapilan in that stream. Capt. Thorn's new iRel river steamer Danubo, will raise steam on Wednesday and make a trial trio. Capt. David Jenklns has purchased the small steamer Wink. and will take her South to run in the tributaries of the Lower Mississippi. The Kep stone. Capt. Darragh's late purclhasle, is to be tirned into a wrecking craft, with utnps and other appliances. The Illinois. apt. Nat. Green, starts in the Arkaunsas City trade this week. [By Telegraph.] FRANKLbNs, Selt. 4.-To Hite & Carlin: Steamer Willie passed here at 4 a. m.:; wil ar rive Thursday momning and leave for Bayou Teche on Saturday. E. B. TRINEDAD. Master. CHEAP FOR CASH. In order to make place for GOODS TO AB RIVE SOON I offer my PRESENT STOCK OF MERCHANDISE AT VERY LOW PRICES. E. VINET, fet it 20t Canal. near Rampart. MARINE NEWS. OFTIUZ NEW ORLEANS DEMOORAT, I September 5, 1877. I Cleared Yesterdar. Steamship Alabama, Fauria, for Pensaoola C M Soria Bohr John G Whipple, Arnet, for Rusta- Torre & Anselm I Arrived. Steamship Margaret, Baker, from Havana, via Flolida Ports, to I K Robert-lest dis 13: ATIlAMBOATI. Bastrop, Blanks, from Columbla Alvin, Scovell. from Lower Coast Annie B, Rolfs, from Bayou Barataria Experse. PENSA COLA-Per steamship Alabama--11400 eks ourn 100 sack.s bran 180 sacks oats 50 sacks coflfee 350 bbin flour 00 bbis whisky 20 casks bacon 10 hhda sugar 40 toe lard 425 pkge muse RU ATAN-Per aohr John e Whipple-5000 feet lunber 5 bble potk 70 hf bbls flour toee meat I box do 1 tierce hams 25 bxa soap 45 pkgs mdse Reoelpte of Preduce. COLUMBIA-Per steamer Bastrop-9 bales cotton J W White-7 Levy & Clarke---- Ben oerson..--0 Jurey & Gillis-5 March & Sohlenker-4 Jno T liar die &oo-3 T L Airey &co- 3 SOumbel--2 Vlapp Bros &co-2 Nalo & OCammack--l H & C Newuman-1 Aloua, Boherok & Autey-l Meyer, Weis &co- -5 sacks seed cotton Jueey & Gilis..3 8 B Newman & co-3 do J W White-18 sacks cotton seed NO (Cot ton Seed Association-5 head cattle 5 head hogs Noel & Wooten-sundries to order-Total 5L bales cotton 18 sacks cotton seed il sacks seed cotton LOWER CoAST-Per steamer Alvin- 183 sacks rough rice P K Thompson-3I do Kip & Ruch--e98 do U H Allen..41 do Archer & Borland--sundrIes to order-Total 458 sacks rough rice BAYOU B&RATARIOA-Per steamer Anrie B sundries to order RECEIPTS AT THE NEW BASIN. Biloxl-Per achr Two Frlends-40,000 feet lumber to O Stuber Stockton-Per schr Roea-30,000 feet lumber W G 'oomer Handsboro--Per sohr Falstor--30,000 feet lumber to O Stuber Blloxi-Per chr Julla-90.000 feet lumber to order Stockton-Per achr Wilhelmina-44;000 feet lumber to order Jlandaboro--Per achr Bloom-35,000 feet lumber to It Buddig Tohefuncta River- Per schr Laura I--500 bbl. sand to order Biloxi-'Per schr J J Cowart--25,000 feet lumber to order RECEIPTS AT THE OLD BASIN. Tohefuncta River-Per achr Tree Hlerimanos-30 cords wood to master Jordan River-Per schr Fanny M--M cords wood to meeter to Bayo Lacombe-Per sloop Rainbow-2500 bricks By Rallroads. SNEW ORLEANB, JACKSON AND NORTHERN RAILROAD. Sept 4-5 bales cotton R T Buckner & Bro-3 O L Walmaley &oo--3 Payne, Kennedy too--1 Jno Phelps &oo-i- Chaffe. Hamilton & Powell-Total 13 bales cotton 1 bale boonse Perrilliat-2 pkgs dry goods A Leh man &co..3 cases hats Albert & Reinerth-l bale mdse M W Smith-b pkgs baking vowder J J Martin -1 bx last L Lippman--2 e8ses mdse B Sembre--5 bales hops G Auer-192 pails tobacco C B Block &co 1 orate wire goods J G Binmenson-lot hardware B J West--8 cases hats Simon & Kohn- 3 eases clothing Wolf & M-lot Chinese goods Hung Lung Hunmg-do Enone Sing-I car cattle Aycock, Mitchell aoo--4 ears brlck M S Nowsome-130 pkgs beer J Ziegler 80 bbls potatoes G W Davison .oo--60 do E Doherty -2 cars timber W W Walker-50 bble oil Septoline Oil Co-144 bales hay Chas Pleasants-100 reels rope Bateson, Wisdom & Bowling -8 bbls apples A Vale ton &co-40 boxes meat 5 bbls hams cBohwabacher & Hirash-93 cases milk R F Theurer-25 do E J Hart d&0---195 do Smith Bros &oo---50 do Mc(lrath & Compton..95 do Qneyrouze & Bole-50 bbls hlghwlne J Tardos-1 bx iron M B Muncy-lot hh goods I R Benson--6 bbls apples G Grando--8 do 7 bbls peas s J P Maoheca &co--1 do 18 bbls apples M Frisco-158 do 31 pkgs pears I) Cefaln &co-25 do 117 bbls apples S Otri & ebro--105 bxs glassware Marx Well- 25 bbls whisky Schmidt & Ziegler-4 boxes bacon 7 tea do J Nelson &co-100 cases milk 10 bxi handles Zn. berbler & Be'an- -10 cases mdse L Abrams--6 do Simon & Kohn-Total 120 bbls potatoes 50 bbls oil 144 bales bay 378 bbls apples 40 boxes meat 50 bbls highwines 95 bbls whisky NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAILROAD Sept 4-4 orates grays Relnhardt & M-- 200 bbls lire J G Clark-4 cars glassware H Goldsmith-I do E Booth-I bales mdse Levy. Loeb. Sohurer &co-34 pigs paper CA Whitney doo--I pkgs mdse Fair. bans oo 12 pkg tobacco Bornio Bros-1 bbl seed W H Sebring-9 his pears A Caron &co--l ce cigars 3 P Sarazin-t5 boxes bacon Barstow & Deeves----1 hil thdhseouldera Sehwabatehor & Hiraeh-5O-b.ls whisky Burke & Thompson-25 do E Madden &oo 25 do t00 bble four Miller, Dolhonde &eo-90 bundles paper E C Palmer &co-14 bxe tomatoes S D'Amico &oo--I grate bars M Schwartz & Bro..t hhd tobacco Jno E King &oo-2 boxes mdse E Baker-3 do D Kel ham-tO do A H White-43 do L IReder &co- 3 do Mrs M Wagner--1 do Rogers & Mitchell---8 pkgs mdse H H Iansell..l bx do A Davison--l bis drugs J C Jenee-8 boxes mdse E Bouth-3 do R M & B J Montgomery-38 pkgs mdie B Reed--2 rolls leather Davidson &co-1 bbl whisey O L Mayer & Bro--1 do 4 boxes tobacco F M Pereia-- boxes mdse UI Hodgin -2 pkgs glassware A C Crawford--12 boxes mndse R F George-1 box book J E Masoh-2 bbls pears J P Macheca &oo--40 kegs white lead G Pitird----l10 wheels J Schwartz-5 rolls leather M Woydig--15 pkgs rove D L Ranlott &co--13 bxs bitters GR Fin. lay &oo-2 bbls whisky Ganmeth-iri do A Bltner 3 do J Frisonica-2- do J t tpeights-2 do F G Rob erts--2 do A Lacour-4 do 2 boxes tobacco A Levy 7 boxes bacon B II Flashpoller-tO10 bars iron John HlennesseV & Bro--2 bbls mdse Rice, Born &co--5 bbls oil G Glidden- 100 cases wdso Zuberbier & Iehan-28 pkgs mdse E Rec.-3 do M Moffatt &co r05 pkgs tobacco J J Irby & Scn-25 bales mdse Leh. man, Abraham &co--4 cotton gins Ogden & Bell-1 boat T J Woodward--6 crates grapes C H Schenok 25 do Kerr & Selles--3 pkgs mdse J J Ma tin--70 bbls rosin Simpson & Tricou-7 bdls hides 1 bundle skins Kimball &oo--10 bxs grapes C II Schenck--l do 2 coops poult ry A Valeton &o----32 pkgs tobacco C A Whitney &co-1 trunk Mrs H McGuire-1 do C Rouce-1 do G J Greris- 2 do A Jackson-sundries to order-Total 1 hhd tobacco 100 bbls flour 119 bbls whisky MORGAN'S LOUISIANA AND TEXAS RAIL. ROAD. Sept 4-2 bales cotton 12 dry hides Payne, Ken nedy &co-1 bbl do 2 bales moss L Snrte&co--2 do G A Vincent-2 do Rykoski & Manadetl2 do H Car stens-5 do Queyrouze & Bois-3 do ST Dannis-30 head cattle A Bootte-51 do C Meble &co--t01 do P Servat &co-sundries to order-Total 2 bales cotton Per steamship Harlan, from Indianola--16 bales cotton H Dannoeel oo-3 do S Gumble--ll do 95 pkg bottles C A Whitney &co-ll86 head cattle C Mehle & co-10i do J Larrien- sundries to order- Total 30 bales cotton From Galveston--222 bales Istlo 142 bales cotton 52 bbls honey C A Whitney &oo-21 sacks potatoes Ste. phens & Stork- 15 bales junk M Schwartz & Bro sundries to order-Total 144 bales cotton NEW ORLEANS AND TEXAB ! '!LROAD Sept 4-425 sacks rough rice I Bloom &co LIST OF VESSELS Up, Cleared and Sailed for New Orleans. SEPTEMBER 4, 1877. NBW YORK. Steamship Morgan City Read........aid Sept 1 Steamship Hudson, Gager.............nid Sept 1 Bark Bridgeport, Morgan..........cld Aug 27 Bark Endeavor, Mountfort............elid Aug 8 Bark Halcyon, Hardle............. ai....ld June PHILADELPHIA. Schr F J Collins, Townsend........... ld Aug 21 BATH ME. Ship Virginia, Hooker................sld Aug 18 LONDON. Ship L L Sturres. Linnekin.......... ld Aug 1 Bark Oxford, Chrisman..............ald Aug 7 GENOA. Bark Constante......................ld July 5 LIVERPOOL. Steamship Oberon, Campbell........sld Aug 4 Ship Lizzle Perry, Pittman.......... c'd Aug 15 Ship Minnie Gerow, Gerow........... sld Aug 7 Ship Landsur, Knowles............... aid Aug 10 Shin Western Empire, Grozler........ ld Aug 16 Ship J A Thomson, Thomson.......... aid July 27 Ship Ste Genevieve Strickland, Post..sld July 28 Ship Importer, Sunderland .........l...aid Aug 13 Bark Alabama, Brownell.............l Aug 21 PLYMOUTH. Ship Sandusky: Lowden ...........eld July 19 GREENOCK. Ship Annie M Law, Hilton.......... sld Jlv 27 Shio B Hilton, Hilton................sld July 26 Ship Paul Boynton, McMullen........ ld July 31 HULL. Bark Prinseasen, Anderson...........aid Aug 15 HAVRE. Ship Kentuckian, Mosely........ el... ad Aug 13 Ship D W Chapman. Tukey.......... sld July 21 Ship Geo Hurlbut. Mason.............eld July 31 Ship Melrose, Neill.............:......ald Aug 3 Ship Louise. Bull ..................... ald Aug 3 Ship Louisiane, Equay ............ald Aug 1 Ship Scotia, Baker .................... ald Aug 17 Ship Nunqu m Dormio, Cousins ......id Aug 17 Bark N S Pedltraen...................eld Aug 15 BOBDUIAUX. Bark Charina, Corsela ................sld July 16 Batrk Eolypttque, Cosrel .............. sld July 21 Bark Lmopold at Marie, Lumoally ....ldg May 28 Bohr Melville Bryant. Buckley........sld Aug 8 GLAenow Ship Transit, Percy...................d July 30 BSIELDB. ENO. Bark Prenese........................mld June 14 Bark Gee W Sweeney, lewett......ld June 2 MAlSEILLES. Bark Ita.ca, Cotton...................mid Aug 7 Brig Aurora, Messina...............ldg June 6 Brig Mania Celeste, Fevola............sld Aug 2 Brig Aurora, Messina.................ld Aug 25 BRE MEN. Ship Friedrich., Buggeman............ lci Aug 1 Bark Alamo. iBrud rhausen......i.... id July 13 Brig Maria Coleete, Fevola...............old Aug 2 Batk Conatante, Ivancich..............aid July 0 ANTWEItr. Bark Pomona, Jonsasen...............ild Aug 1 RIO DE JANIIRO Steamship Rubens, Lyone.............mld Aug 15 Brig Alerte, Mahlman................. id July 30 Brig Ironia, Martini.................ldg Aug ft Brig Sam Weller, Down..............dig Aug 6 Brig Victoria Petermon............. lg Aug 6 Bohr Astree, Zimmerman .............eldJune 24 CABRTHAGIENA. Bark Octavia..........................ld Aug 15 ARENDAL. Bark Rabu.............. .............m ld Aug 95 RAILROADS. )ONTCHARTRAIN RAILWAY- Depot at the head of Elysian Fields street, near tho Lovoee. Third District. Excursion to or from the Lake and return name day, 2o conts. Children under twelve years, 10 conts. Trains will leavo as follows: From the City. From the Lake. 6 o'clock ......a. m. 7 o'clock .......a. inm. 7% o'clock .......a. mi. sK o'clock ........a. m. 9 o'clock.k ..... . i. to o'clock ........a m. 10% o'clock .......a., m. 11% o'clock ......a. m. 12 o'clock ........ m. 1 o'clock ........ i. 2 o'clock ........ m . 2T% o'clock .......p. m. 3 o'clock .......p. nm. 3i o'clock ....... p.m. 4 o'clok ........ p.m. 4% o'clock ......p.m. 5 o'clock ........ m. . a o'clock .......p.m. 0 o'clock ........p.m. n. 6 o'clock ...... .m. 7 o'clock ...... . mi. 7% o'clock ....... p.m. 8 o'clock ...... p . m 8 o'clock ........ m. 9 o'clock ...... p. in. 9 o'clock ........ nm. 10 o'clock ........ p . m10% o'clock ....... p.m. On Sunday the trains will be run every half hollr from 2 o'clock p. m. On Sunday morn ings the trains loave the city at 5 o'clock for the accommodation of sportsmen. Passengers for Gentilly must notify the con-. ductor prior to the departure of train. aul'77 ly D. B. ROBINBON. Receiver. THE ATLANTII COAST LINE. PASSENGER ROUTES TO ALL POINTS NORTH AND EAST. Reorganized for the Bummer of 1871. Woring out of New Orleans via the N. O. and M. R. B. and presentlngthe following attractive lines to the attention of all North-bound Tour ists and Travelers: Route No. 1-All Rall. Via Montgomery Columbus. Macon. Augusta, Wilmington, ulchmond. 63 Hours, New Orleans to New York. The same time always as by any other line. Pullman Sleeping Cars to Opelika. Solid Day Trains thence to Augusta, with Pullman Sleeping Cars attached at Macon for Wilmington. Through train Wilmington to Richmond and New York with Elegant Parlor Cars attached to Richmond-thence Pullman Sleeping Cars to New York. ALL CHANGES AT SEASONABLE HOURS AND INTO CLEAN AND PROPERLY VENTILATED CARS. Route No. S-Bay Line. Over the same lines to Wilmington as by Route No. 1. Thence by Special Parlor Cars to Ports mouth. Va. Thence, at 5:8o p. m. daily (except Sunday), by the magnificent steamers of the BAY LINE to Baltimore. Thence by New Yort Express, arriving in New York at 2:0o p. m. A sixty-nine hours' run-only seven hours in excess of all rail time, with the advantage of an undlsturbed night's rest and-su orior accom modations upon the Chesapeake Bay. Route No. 8-The Old Dominion Line. The same Lines to Wilmington and Ports. mouth as Routes I and 2. Thence. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays at 5:30 p. m. by the magnificent sidewheel steamships of the OLD DOMINION COMPAN Y, which invariably arrive at their New York wharves at 9 p. m. A' through run of 76 hours, combining the essential elements of Cheapness. Speed and Comfort. Passengers should leave New Orleans Satur" days, Mondays and Thursdays to connect close ly with this Line. For Tickets, Checks, Time Cards, an i all in formation apply at the offices of the New Or leans and Mobile Railroad. A. POPE, General Passenger Agent. J. H. WHITE. Southern Passenger Agent. H. W. FOWLEB, New Orleans Agent, corner St. Charles and Common streets. my4 tf G REAT JACKOON ROUTE. NEW ORLE STOB ANS . LU IS AND ORIO. DOUBLE DAILY THROUGH TRAINS, will depart and arrive as follows: from Calilop street depot from July 15, 1877: DEPART. ABBT. Express No.1.5:3o p. m. I Express No. 2.10:80 am Express No. a.6:16 a. m. IExpress No. A. 8:151p Nos. 1 and 2 run daily, a and 4 daily except Sunday_ PULLMAN PALACE SLEEPING CABS through to Cincinnati, Louisville, Ohicago. Cai. ro and Milan, Tenn., without change, and fr St. Louis a sleeper is taken on at Milan, enabling passengers to go through without leaving the train. Friday evening's train makes no connection at Duauoin for Chicago. Accommodation trains between New Orleans and McComb City: Leave New Orleans 8:80 p. m. Saturday: and 7:8o a. m. Sunday. Arrive 9:50 p. m. Sunday, and 9:30 a. m. Mon Tickets for sale and information given at 2a Camp street, corner Common. under City Hotel A. D. SHELDON. Agent. J. C. CLABKE, Vice President and General Manager. mh4 THE NEW ORLEANS AND MOBILE RAIL S ROAD-MOBILE LINE THE GREAT THROUGH ROUTE TO THE EAST. NORTH AND WEST. Via Louisville via Atlanta and via St. Louis. CARRYING THE U. S. MAIL. Trains arrive and depart from Depot, foot of Canal street, as follows: DEPART. ABRRIVE. Express......7:30 a. m. Express......11:45a. m. Express......5: p. m. Expres 9:30. m. Coast........ 3:15 p. m. Pullman Palace Cars daily to Cincinnati. Louisville. Nashville, St.. Louis Washington, Baltimore and Philadelohia without change and only one change to New York and Eastern cities. Ticket office, corner of Camp and Common street, opposite City Hotel. D. B. ROBINSON, Superintendent. mh2 tf J. W. COLEMAN. Ticket Agent. Southern Shoe Factorv OF JOHh HANSEN 58 and 88 Canal street. New Orleans. TO ALL BOU'THEBN CITIZENS. I am of the same opinion as yourselves and am determined to help build up the manufac turing interest of our native State in order to help the laboring classes and keep the money which would otherwise go to the North. at home. About ayear ago I started my Factc ry, and by using the best material and pa ing my hands promptly, I have been enabled to extend my usiness and support oo00 women and children that would have otherwise left the State. In order still to increase my Factory, I would earnestly call upon the merchants, not only of the city but of the whole oouptry. to give me their aid and encouragement. ome and see me. del l JNO. HANREN DENTISTRY. J. R. WALKER, D. D. S., No. 180 Delord 8trest Latest Improvements and best styles of both Operative and Mechanical Dentistry at most Moderate Prices. Contour Fillings a specialty. mh tt STEAM.HIiPS TEXAS. MORGUAN LINE U. s. MAIL STEAMSHIPI . The following low-pressure Iron Steamships form these lines: HARLAN I. 0 HARRIS, W. G. HEWES. MORGAN, JOSEPHINE, ST. MARY GUSSIE, WHITNEY HUTOHIE ON. CLINTON. CITY OF NORFOLK. ARANSAS. now building. Plylni from Morgan OCity in connection with Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad. For Indlanola, via Galveston MONDAY and THURSDAY. Through bills lading signed to Houston and to all points beyond on the Houston and Texas Central and G. H. and S. A. R. R., International and Great Northern Railroad, via Clinton, and the Texas Transport tion Company. Freight charged as per new card rates. San Antonio freights received and forwarded via Galveston, Houston and San Antonio Rail way and Clinton, For Brazos Santiago The iron steamer I. C. HARRIS Will leave Morgan City on -----,eptember -, 1477. Llghterage at Brazos bantlago at risk and ex Dense of consignees. Freight received for and bills lading signed only to Brownsville, via Rio Grande Railroad, as per new tariff, less a per cent, until further notice. Freight payable in gold. For Corpus Christi, Fulton and St. Mary's. via Rockport-The iron steamer ST. MARY, Will leave Morgan City on --. Sptember - 1877. Lighterage to Corpus Christi (if any) at risk and expense of consignees. Freight for Bt. Mary's and Fulton landed at ROekport. 0 tfor all the above points received at the Depot Morgan's Louislana and Texas Railroad, foot of Lafayette street. dally, until 6 p. m. PASSENGEB AND MAIL ROUTE. For Galveston, Houston and Indianola. Passengers take Railroad Ferryboat foot of St. Ann street, at 7:30 a. m., reaching Morgan City at 11:15 a. m., there connecting with steamers MONDAY for Galveston and Indianola. TUESDAY for Galveston and Houston. THURSDAY for Galveston and Indianola. SATURDAY for Galveston and Houston. First class fare to Shreveport M6--Time, 45 hours. Excursion tickets for the round trip to Gal veston and return, good for thirty days. issued at $21. Tickets and staterooms secured until 5. p. m. daily (Sundays excepted), at Agent's office, or at the Forry Landing,'on morning of departure. Through tickets will be issued from this office to the principal points on the Houston Texas Central Railroa on the International and Great Northern Railroad. and Texas and Pacific Railroad. C. A. WHITNEY & CO., Agents. Jelly Corner Magazine and Natchez sts. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. NEW YORK AND PHILADELPHIA. MORGAN LINE STEAMSHIPB. Ar The following Al Iron Steamships .......form this line LONE STAR, ALGIERS. NEW YORK MORGAN CITY. ELLA KNIHrP, AGNES. The Iron Steamship AILGIERS will leave Algiers THURSDAY, September e. Connecting atNew York with steamships ELLA KNIGHT and AGNES for Philadelphia. INSURANCE TO NEW YORK K. Freight for the above port received at the depot of Morgan's Louisiana and Texas Railroad. foot of Lafayette street, daily until p. m. For freight ap ly to CHor. A. WHITNEY & 00., Agents. jel ly Cor. Natchez and Magazine streets. HAVANA. FOB HAVANA, CEDAR KEYS AND KEY WEST. UNITED STATES M&IL LINE. LEAVING EVERY WEEK The first-class steamship MARGERET, Baker, Commander, will leave wharf opposite Jacksou Square TUESDAY, September 4, at 5 P. M. Passage rates to Havana, 4to; Excursion tick ets, $60. Passage rates to Jacksonville, $20, including state rooms and meals. Through bills of lading issued to all points in Florida. For Freight or passage apply to I. K. ROBERTS, 120 Common street, Over Louisiana National Bank. The steamship EMILY B. SOUDER follows on the - -- . my6 ly FLORIDA. FOR WARRINGTON, PENSACOLA AND MILTON. REGULAR SEMI-WEEKLY PACKETS. The following llrst-class Al steam ships will sail for the above ports as follows: ALABAMA, M. J. Fauria, master, I Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at 8 a. m. AIITE, Joseph F. Boyle, master, Leaves -- - The above steamers will leave as above, oppo site Jackson Square, Second District. For freight or passage apply on board or to 0. M. SORIA, Agent, au15 tf s1 and 20 Union street. BREMEN. NORTH GERMAN LLOYD. STEAM BETWEEN BREMEN AND NEW OR LEANS, VIA HAVRE, SOUTH AMPTON AND HAVANA. The steamships of the North Ger man Lloyd will resume their Regular Trips next fall, as follows: From Bremen. From New Orleans. HANNOVER, Sept. 12 about Oct. 14. FRANKFURT. Oct. 10 about Nov.11. These steamers touch outward at Havre and Havana. and on their home trip at Havana and bouthampton. PRICES OF PASSAGE: From Bremen. Southampton or Havre to Ha vana or New Orleans-Cabin, $15o (gold); Steer age. $3; ((gold). FIrom New Orleans to Southampton, Havre or Bremen-Cabin, $150 (gold); Steerage, $45 (gold). From New Orleans to Havana-Cabin, $as (gold); Steerage. $15 (gold). Children under ten years, half price; chil dren under one year, free. The company reserves the right to change the route of the steamers, their advertised days of departure and the prices of passage. Passage tickets from Bremen, Southampton or Havre to New Orleans issued by the under signed. For further particulars apply to ED. F. STOCKMEYEIR & CO.. Agents, au31 ly 42 Union street. FITS, EPILEPSY, -oR FALLING SICKNESS, PERMANENTLY CURED-NO HUMBUG-BY ONE MONTH'S USE OF DR. GOULARD'S CELE BRATED INFALLIBLE FIT POWDERS. To convince sufferers that these powders will do all we claim for them. we will send them by mail, POST PAID, a FREE TRIAL BOX. As Dr. Goulard is the only physician who has ever made this disease a special study, and as to our knowl edge thousands have been PERMANENTLY CURED by the use of these POWDERS, WE WILL GUARANTEE A PERMANENT cure in every case or REFUND YOU ALL MONEY EXPENDEED. All sufferers should give these powders an early trial, and be convinced of their curative powers. Price. for large box, $3, or four boxes for $10. sent by mail to any part of the United States or Canada on receiptoI price, or by express C. O.D. Address. AASH & BOBBINS, aD16 ly 860 Fulton street, Broo.l. N Y,. STEAUEBOATS. OHIO RIVER. REGULAR CIN8CINNATI LOUISVILLE AND NEW ORLEANS PACKET. Leaves WEDNESDAY. September 5, at 5 p. m. FOIR INCINNATI. LOUISVILLE. Evansville, Henderson, hawnee town, Paducah Uairo, Memphis and all intermediate pointe-The steamer U. P. MCHINCK, J. L. Carter, master Richard Burns. clerk. will leave as above. kor freight or passage ap ply on board, or to - WAYNE & WILLIAMS, lo1 (irnvlr street. DOUGLAS & WINBURN. ,el :u5 Natchezz satreet. OPELOUSAM. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY at s. .. PFOl WASHINQTbN, iJ'ELOU -ll.~ sas, Port Barre. B mmsport. Church. vllle, and all landings on the Coast Atchafala a river and Bayou Courtableau-Th e very light draft passenger steamer BIG OUNFLOWER, A. P. Trousdale. Master; J. B. Schmidt, clerk; will positively leave as above. For freight or passage apply on hoard or to H[TE d& CAITLIN. Agents, No. 4 Tchoupitoulas street, Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. auto FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT. REGULAR OPELOUSAS PACKET. Leaves every SATURDAY, at p. m., commenc ing on SATURDAY. August 4. FOR WASHINGTON. OPELOU sas, Port Barre. Simmsport, Church ville and all landings on the coast, Atchafalaya river and Bayou Courtableau-The first-class sldewheel paseonger steamer TRENTON, James L. Robbins. mater. Gabe Block, clerk will leave as above. For freight or passage ap ply on board, or to LORD & McPEAKE. 46 Camp street. N. O. DONOHUE, 76 Gravlier street. aul tf JANNEY & WORK. Iae Common st. REGULAR OPELOUSAH PACKET. Leaves every WEDNESDAY. at 5 p. m. . JFOR WASHINGTON, OPELOU sas, Port Barre, Himmsport. Church ville, and all landings on the Coast. At.elsrafaysa river and Bayou Uourtableau-Tho new and light draft stamer BERTHA, H. H. Broad mnsnte~r. Theo. Jolhin clerk, will leave as sabove. For freight or pasnage ap ply onil board. or to BRITTON & EPPLER, t1 Gravler street. IR. W. ADAMS. 21 Commser"ial Place. Connects at Little Devil with steamers Creole and Minnie. ja22 tf BAYOUT TECHE. PEOPLE'S INDEPENDENT TECHE AND ATCBAFALAYA LINE. Leaves SATUHDAY Sp8 mber s at 5 p. m. all intermodlate landings on the Bayou Teche-Tho steamer WILLIE, E. B. Trinidad, master. H. Molaison, clerk., will leave as above, and continue regularly throughout the season. For freight or passage apply on board or to HITE & CAIILIN. see No. 4 Tehoupitoulas street. OUACHITA RIVER. NEW ORLEANS AND OUACHITA RIVER TRANSPORTATION COMPANY. OUACHITA CITY. TRENTON AND MONBON Weekly Ouachlta City U. 5. Mall Packet. Leaves every WEDNESDAY, at . m. - FOR OUACHITA CITY? T pEN. L~n ton. Monroe and all town landings The steamer BASITROP, [In place of John H. Hanna.] F. A. Blanks. master. B. 0. Cornwell. clerk, Will leave regularly as above. Will reserve the right to refuse any landing except mail land ings. For freight or passage apply on board, or to Capt F. A. BLANKS President. o . Canal streetcornerDelt HITE & CABLIN BRITTON EPPLEB, JAINNEY & WORK LORD & MoPEAKE, Ag'ts. P. S.-Has regular connection with all the tributaries. etll tf LOWER COAST, LOWER COAST UNITED STATES MAIL DAILY LINE (HUNDAYS EXCEPTED.) L . . FOR PORT EADS, THE FOTS,. Burs, Quarantine, Pointe-a-la Hache and way landings-The swift low-pressure Pullman palace steamer MARTHA. W. S. Bassett. master, leaves TUESDAYS and THURSDAYS at 10 a. m., SATURDAYS at 5 p. m. (extending Satur day trip to Pilot Town, Southwest Pass); return ing Monday mornings. Wednesday and Friday evenings. The A No. 1 steamer EVA. John Taylor. master. leaves MONDAYSB, WEDNESDAYS and FRI DAYS, at to a. m.; returning alternate days. Excursion tickets $5 (good on either boat.) For freight or assage apply on board, or to JOHN McMAINS. 672 Magazine street. P. S.-The Marfha goes through the Jetties out into the Gulf on the Saturday trip. jyl UPPER COAST. FALL AND WINTER ARRANGEMENT. NEW OIRLEANS AND UPPER CO&8T M. I. DAILY LINE OF PACKETS. FOR BEN. TUREAUD'8, ASCEN sion and all plantation landings. The steamer ERA NO. 10 (In place of Mary Idan.) Albide Albert master. Arthur Nivolle, clerk. Leaves TUESDAYS, THURISDAYS and SAT URDAYS, at o a. nm. The steamer Alcide Albert master. Arthur Nicolle, clerk. L.avrs MONDAYS WEDNESDAYH and FRI DAYS, at 10 a. m. Both boats return on alter nate days and in daylight. For freight or pas sage apply on boar(l or to eel W. J. COMAUX, 20 Conti street. REGULAR TRI-WEEKLY PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY, WEDNESDAY and SATUDAY at 10 a. m. I . ~ FOR ASHLAND PLANTATION Ascension parish, Donaldsonville and all coast landings-The fine side-wheel passenger steamer BLUE WING NO 8. J. A. Comstock master. Geo. M. Woods and Chas. Dean, clerks, Will leave as above. Returning, leaves Ash land Plantation Tuesday. Thursday and Sun day, coming down the coast in daylight. Fo freight or passage aply on board or to -ap22 . HENO. 19 Conti street. P. a. All freight delivered in the daytime. COMMISSION MERCHANTS. LEON QUEYBOUZE. OSOAR BOIN. QUEYROUZE & BOIS, Wholesale Grocers, DEALERS IN WINES AND LIQUORS And all kinds of WESTERN PRODUCE, At the Blue Stores,. Corner Old Levee and Bienville streets. del4 '6 ly New Orleans. UNDERTAKERS. CHAB. C. JONES. JOHN G. ROCOR. Formerly with Frank Johnson. JONES & BOCHE, 250 and 252 Magazine st..near Delord. Undertakers and Embalmers. All business entrusted to the firm will receive prompt and careful attention at moderate rates. Carriages to hira 1a~8 1 F. BUSCH, GUN AND LOCKSMITH, No. S$ Commercial Place. New Orleans. BELL HANGING, IRON RAILBINGS. AND General House Work attended to at short notice and reasonable prices. Also Vaults, Locks and Copying Presses repaired: )uplicate Keys of all descriptions made. Sate repair ing a specialty mr9 '17 y STEAMBEOATS. RED RIVER. Red River and Texas NEW ORLEANS AND RED RIVER TRANS. PORTAT[ON COMPANY. AND TEXAS PA CIFIO RAILWAY AND CONNEOTIONS. Through bills of lading and through passen. ger tickets to all landings on Red River, and all railway stations in Texas. The best route to Hot SHrings. The following splendid and fast steamers composing the line will leave as advertised be. low: ,sa tl110. Maria Louise. Texas. C. H, Durfee, Col. A. P Knuns. Lotus No. ". W. J. Aiea,. Bonnie Lbc Dawn. FOR SHREVEPORT. JEFFEB son, Hot H rihgs, and all land Ings on Red River and railway stations in Texas. FOR SHREVEPORT AND GRAND ECORE. C,. H. Durfee, . ihard Hlnnott master. Leaves THURSDAY. beopt. G, at 5 p. m. No wha*fboat eharges., drayare or commission will be Oharged at moth of ed er. ora N Orleans, In forwarding freight oonsigne olbe company by blil lading. or freight or passage apply on board f the )oats, or at the office of the oo an. o Oraver street. JOB. K HIT OABI& B1 H e WEEKLY GRAND ECORE PACKETS. FOR GRAND ECOIIE, MONT J u omery, Al, xandlria. Norman's Bar bin's and way landings-The steam C. H. DURPEE, Richard Binnott. master. Leaves THURSDAY, Hept. 6, at 5 p. m. DAWN, (In place of the New Dart Able.) C. P. Truslow, master. Leaves overy HAl UIIDAY, at 6 p. m. Will leave as above. For frolght or passage apply on board or to It. W. ADAMS. au:. No. 21 Commercial Place. BAYOU SARA. REGULAR fMI.W.E LKBAYOU SARA SFOR BAYOU SARA. WATERLOO, Hermitage, Port Hudson, Baton Rouge. Plaquemine and way land Ings-The fast and splendid passenger steamer OUACHITA BELLE, (ReIresenting new boat building), John C. Libano, master. John H. MYosso. cleork Leaves as above every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at 5 p. m., commoncing as soon as repairs are finishoed. au29 BAYOU SARA SEMI-WEEKL PACKETS, STE. GOV. ALLEN. TR. LA BELLE, John J. Brown Master, A. Dug FOR BAYOU SARA WA ermite. Port Hudso. Lo ' tore, Baton Rouge, laquemie and postoffce landings Steamer Gov. Allen, Leaves every MONDAY and FRIDAY at 6 p. m Steamer La Belle, Every WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY at a p, m. Commencing early in September For freight or passage appl on ýoAor to tn C RLIrNt No. 4 Teho itonulas street. SJANNEY & WORK, jy3l tf No. 0le Common street VICKSBURS. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Loaves every TUESDAY at 5 D. m. SFOR VICKSBURG. NATCHEZ. Davis' Bend and Intermediate land ings-The steamer ROBERT E. LEE, William Campbell, master. A. McVay and John H. Mossop. clerks, leaves as above, connecting at Vicksburg with Parieot's Line for all points on the Yazoo. Sun flower. Deer Creek and Tallahatchie. t. W. ADAMS, JANNEY & WORK HITE & CARLIN., Agents. Will give through bills of lading to Trenton. Monroe. and all stations on the Vicksburg. Shreveport and Texas Railroad via Delta, La W. B. BROCKETT. Agent, de2t 38 Magazine street. UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves every THURSDAY at r . m. - - oI --APITUPOLI, G.tEENTILLE, Viekshurg and the Bends-The fine and fast tassenger packet FRANK PARBMUb, J. M. White master, C. Holmes clerk, Will leave as above, connecting at Vicksburg with the "Parisot Line" for all points on Yazoo and Tallahatchie rivers. For freight or passage apply on board, or to JANNEY & WORK, II. W. ADAMS, BROCKETT & CARTER. Through Bills of Lading given to Trenton, Monroe and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve port and Texas Railroad. Also to all points on Arkopolis and Pine Bluff Railroad. mh27 BROCKETT & CARTER. SATURDAY VICKSBURJG UNITED STATES MAIL PACKET. Leaves Every SATURDAY, at R p. m. SFOR VICKSBURG, DAVIS' BEND Natehez and all intermediate land ings-The passenger packet NATCHEZ, T. P. Leathers master. J. F. Muse clerk. connecting at Vicksburg with the Parisot Line for Yazoo, Tallahatchie and Sunflower rivers and with Anchor Line for Memphis, Cairo and St. Louls. This boat reserves the right to pass all land ings that the Captýln may ,Qnsider unsafe. For freight or passage a!ly on board, or to JANNEY & WORK, Iee Common street. BITE & CARLIN. 4 Tehoupitoulas street. Will give through bills of lading to Trenton. Monroe. and all stations on Vicksburg, Shreve port and Texas Itallroad, via Delta. La. W. B. BiOCKETT, Agent, myc as Magazine street LAFOURCHE, SEMI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOURCHE AND COAST PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY and SATURDAY. 1 The fine passenger steamer ELLA HUGHESI Joe Dalferes master. E. Nirolle clerk, Leaves New Orleans every TUESDAY at 5 p. m.. and SATURDAY at 5 p. m. Returning, leaves Donaldsonville every FRIDAY and MONDAY morning. For freight or passage apply on board. P. S.-A clerk always on landing, head of Conti street, to receive freight. Sol TRI-WEEKLY BAYOU LAFOUBOHE AND COAST PACKET. Leaves every TUESDAY at 10 a. m., THURS. nDAY sd SATURDAY at 12 m. THE NEW PA8RENGEBBTTEAMII HENRY TETE, J. F. Aucoin master, M. H. Landry clerk. Pays particular attention to way business, and returns down the Coast, leaving Donaldsonville every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday at 5. a. mn. For freight or passage apply on hoard. or 1o0 Deeatur street. P. 8.-Lands all Coast passengers and freight in daylight. BATON ROUGE. REGULAR COAST AND BATON ROUGE PACKET. Leaves every MONDAY at 5 p. m,. and FRIDAY at 12 m.. The passenger stPamer JOHN H. HANNA, (In place of St. John,) J. P. McE'roy, master, -- - clerk, Leaves as atx,ve for Baton Rouge. Plaque mine, Donaldsonville and all coast landings returning every SUNDAY and WtEDNESDAY EVENINGS. Fr freight or assage applv on board or to seF E.O. MErANCON, :n Bienville ft. Gk5 ux]J 8N rFOR SALE, Prices, EITB TA 93 PUBLIC GEN. Also a large supply of English Pipe Hooks Gas Fitters' Tools and Malleable Fittings can be bought, for cash, at less than factory quota tions, at 36 Camp street. apil 1y JOHN G. FPLE. ING, Agent.